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26 Apr 1895
The friends and relatives of John H. Long, deceased, of Vinco, PA, desire to express their heartfelt thanks to the Junior Order of United American Mechanics of Vinco, and especially to those of Conemaugh who assisted in the solemn services on the day of burial. -- Relatives.
McCONIELE-FRY. -- At Cumberland, MD, on Wednesday, April 17, 1895, Mr. Thomas McConiele, formerly of Osborne Place, this city, now of Lorain, O., and Miss Bessie Fry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fry, of the Seventeenth Ward.
On Wednesday evening a number of young people gathered at the home of Mr. Harry Kinney, in Conemaugh, in honor of his birthday anniversary. A very enjoyable time was spent until 9:30 o'clock, when all repaired to the rooms of the Columbian Club, where dancing was indulged in until 11:30. At this hour the merry-makers returned to Mr. Kinney's home and partook of refreshments . . . [remainder cut off]
3 May 1895
FINDLEY-WISONG. -- At the home of the bride's parents, near Coopersdale, on Sunday evening, April 7, 1895, by Rev. P. Berkey, Mr. B. F. Findley and Miss Harriet Wisong, both of West Taylor Township.
MACKEL-CHAPPELL. -- In South Fork, at the home of the bride, on Thursday evening, May 2, 1895, by Rev. John Garner, of the United Evangelical Church, Mr. William Mackel and Miss Mary C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chappell.
ULLERY-GALBREATH. -- In West Taylor Township, at the home of the bride's parents, on Thursday evening, May 2, 1895, at 7:30 o'clock, by Rev. Latshaw McGuire, of Coopersdale, Mr. Frank D. Ullery and Miss Emma D. Galbreath, both of West Taylor Township.